Advertisements Everyone knows about title tracks, but what about b-sides? I’m continuing to share some of my favorites and this time I’m focusing on the boy groups.
Advertisements Western Pop and K-Pop get compared often, so I decided to put the east against the west for this save one drop one same title edition.
Advertisements Title tracks are the most talked about songs, but what about the amazing b-sides? This is why I am talking about my favorite girl group b-sides so you can find new tracks to enjoy.
Advertisements June is over so I’m giving my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop this month, including BTS, aespa, Kard, and more!
Advertisements There are great hidden gems in the b-sides for K-pop artists, and sometimes some of those gems could have been the crown jewel known as the title track. So I am sharing some songs that I think could have led a comeback but didn’t.
Advertisements Summer officially starts tomorrow! To celebrate the sunniest season, here are some K-pop songs to get you into summertime vibes.
Advertisements Today is BTS’ 9th anniversary so to celebrate, I’m revisiting the BTS ARMY tag!
Advertisements May is ending so it is time to give my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop this month!
Advertisements I am back with more same title K-Pop songs and putting them head to head to decide which to save and which to drop.
Advertisements I’ve been going back and listening to some of the music I loved in my college years that I have reviewed. So I’m bringing those reviews back and sharing some of my favorite music from the 2010s, starting with How To Be A Human Being by Glass Animals
Advertisements April is now over so it is time to give my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop!
Advertisements I’ve been sitting on this post topic for a while so I figured there is no time like the present to finally do it. So I am sharing my favorite albums across all of K-Pop!
Advertisements Song titles are often used numerous times across different artists and genres, and K-Pop is no different. Because of this, I decided that this concept could make an interesting save one drop one, so here we are!
Advertisements March is over so I’m giving my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop the last two months.
Advertisements Since I have been missing in action over the last couple of months, it seemed very fitting to revisit the backlog tag!
Advertisements I see this concept as videos on YouTube and TikTok a lot, so I decided to adapt it for the blog! And for this first one, I had to go with K-Pop.
Advertisements January is over so I’m giving my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop this month!
Advertisements December and 2021 are over so I’m giving my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop the past month!
Advertisements It is not possible to keep up with every single release to happen in a year as it comes out, so sometimes I find gems months later. So in honor of that, I’m giving my quick takes on songs I didn’t catch at their release.
Advertisements If you’re getting ready to say goodbye to the current year and celebrate the fresh start of the next, may I suggest a soundtrack for that? Here are some K-Pop tracks that are great for ringing in the new year.